A Ramdeo, MB BCh, MRCOG; K Naidoo, N Dip Med Tech; T Ernest, BMedSci Hons; K Pluta, MSc, PhD C.A.R.E. Clinic (Centre for Assisted Reproduction and Endocrinology), Westville, Durban, South Africa Corresponding author: A Ramdeo (firstname.lastname@example.org) Background. Three-way balanced translocations are unusual and can lead to infertility as well as abnormal embryos. In this case […]
Article by Bernadette Wolhuter, Friday May 06 2016 Sharon Gibbs got an early Mother’s Day gift this year. In fact, she got two. The 31-year-old and her husband, Richard, from Westville, welcomes twins into the world last week. After battling to conceive for two-and-a-half years, the couple turned to in vitro fertilisation (IVF) last year. […]
Baby Jesse born on the 23rd April 2012 weighing a healthy 3.3 kg.
This is a huge milestone and Dr Ramdeo and the staff at C.A.R.E Clinic are delighted and look forward to many more CGH babies.
TRACE’LEE and Brad Turner have been together for 10 years and married for five. As a couple in love, they faced a future without children owing to a medical condition that led to Trace’Lee having her fallopian tubes removed in her 20s.
In Reproductive Health Month, Lindsay Ord speaks to two couples who have had babies thanks to fertility treatment.
A woman is due to give birth this month to a surrogate baby who is not genetically linked to her is refusing to conclude legal proceedings to hand the infant over to its KZN-based parents. Vivian Attwood reports
A FEW women who were canvassed at random by the Sunday Times all gave the egg-freezing procedure the thumbs-up.
Clinics will do procedure for medical reasons, not “social” ones.
The number of single women choosing to have children is increasing, writes SHARON DELL